Time out/The End
It's amazing how quickly normality occupies territories, how strong is the force of life. The war ended so abruptly and although its smell of death was hanging in the air for a couple of more days, the force of life demanded us back. During the days of war it was hard to find a voice who'll break the consensus, but the minute the soldiers set foot on Israeli soil the ball was rolling, every one was blaming the army, claiming the resign of the political leaders, pointing the blind spots and the neglecting. So while the accusations fly, most of us just got back to our PhDs, to work. All that we felt we either set free or buried back. And we're taking a time out from this Blog. Secretly we always hoped it'll be temporary. We promise to get back should our lives change abruptly again, or if God forbid, Iran's president has a bad dream about the return of the secret imam riding an atomic bomb. But our true hope is that we won't need to update this Blog ever again and keep it as a souvenir. Was nice meeting you all.